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    Dennis Hopper reads Rudyard Kipling poem -If- on The Johnny Cash Show, 30 September 1970

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    Dennis Hopper reads a poem on The Johnny Cash Show From "The Johnny Cash Show," September 30, 1970. As Mr. Hopper points out prior to his impassioned recitation, "if" is the middle word in life.

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